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Old 03-31-2017, 03:35 PM
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On a different note, how much more work is involved to built Tamar 31 compared to Windsong?
Probably at least twice the work and cost. The Tamar 31 is a much bigger boat. But obviously worth a lot more money once finished. More than twice as much for sure

I was sailing my prototype Windsong after 1000 hours, I would think if I built a Tamar 31 it would take me 2300 hours. Here are some Tamar 31 photos. The builder is working part time, he started work in November 2016

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ywn8n2cpy...Y3xHczEIa?dl=0

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Thanks for the link. That flat keel plate seems to be real difficult to form fair.
Did the builder follow the instructions exactly?
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I am looking on the website to find more info and experience building and sailing the Pahi 31. ....
Basically I would lile to know what are the week points of this design and how it can be improved. There seams to be alot of Pahi 31 built to this day so I am sure that people found some ways to improve the weak points.
I was super un-impressed with how little room there was in the Wharram V hulls, for all models.

Likewise, out on the water, they dont seem to keep up with more modern designs as to windward performance.
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